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    You’ve come to Japan to have the time of your life. This means you have to taste some of the best—if not the best—sushi you will ever have anywhere. Out of the 5000 plus Tokyo sushi restaurants, these are the ones that will give you the ultimate sushi experience:

    4 Ultimate Tokyo Sushi Restaurants

    4 Ultimate Tokyo Sushi Restaurants

    1. Sushi Hirose

    You won’t find any tuna here—not that it matters with what’s offered. All of the fish is wrapped in kelp then marinated prior to meeting your palate. Sushi Hirose offers 30 dishes comprised of things like flounder, bass, and octopus.
    Omakase courses are 8000 yen (excluding tax).
    Address: Tokyo, Minato-ku, Nishi-Azabu 4-5-8 2F
    Website: http://r.gnavi.co.jp/8xp99mvp0000

    2. Tsukiji Kagura Sushi

    The store, found in Tsukiji Fish Market, is fantastic. The sushi is a blend of both traditional and contemporary flavors. Some bites are made with red wine vinegar, while others get topped with grilled fish (just in case you don’t like raw stuff) or egg. Sometimes, you even get a stick of wasabi to grate. That made it for me. How about you?
    Lunch: 1500-2200 yen. Dinner: around 8500 yen.
    Website: http://tukijikagura.jp/

    3. Kizushi

    This place brings back the taste of Edo-style sushi alongside Edo ambiance. The building is more than 60 years old and was originally a house for geisha. The menu consists of the usual tuna, clam, conger eel, and shrimp. However, the owner has added more futuristic tastes like boiled squid stuffed with gourd, vinegar-marinated gizzard shad, and other adventurous stuff.
    Address: Tokyo, Chuo-ku, Nihonbashi-Ningyocho 2-7-13

    4. Takesushi

    This is a hidden but high-end gem. The reason is due to the quality versus the price. For half the price of most “ultimate” stops, Takesushi gives you the most delicious seared barracuda, milt, and cooked clam sushi on the face of this planet. Though it’s a little out of the way, the cost of the sushi, as well as the 20 different types of sake, makes this a note-worthy stop.
    Address: Tokyo, Adachi-ku, Senji-Hashidocho 50
    Website: http://r.gnavi.co.jp/ss4dgyv60000

    Tokyo Sushi Making Classes

    Another way to enjoy Tokyo sushi is to join one of the sushi classes available in Tokyo. This is a great way to gain a greater understanding of sushi and the culture around it. Oh and eating sushi of course.

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